The five girls from St Xavier’s School have now completed most of their penultimate year (Year 11) of secondary school. PAWA is funding their studies. Their school year is from June-April. They are 15 and 16 years old, so actually
Hope for Girls – Bangladesh Akhi says “I belong to a poor family but all the time my mother is the one who supports me. My father didn’t like me studying but my mother said if you need anything for
Bal Jeevan Trust – India Muskan is 14 years old and has just passed her 10th Standard School Leaving Exam with 63% marks. She wishes to go to college and become a Child Psychiatrist. She is ambitious, a good speaker,
Meider Jonno Asha (Hope for Girls) – Bangladesh Akhi has been sponsored by PAWA since 2015. “She has worked hard at school since being supported by PAWA. She has now completed her Year 8 exams and passed them well. She is
“Hello my name is Angelica, I’m very happy in my first day of term and I’m good because my classmates from grade 8 are also my classmates in grade 9. They are very noisy. My teachers have told me congratulations as
The Karuna Trust identified Priya as an inspirational girl when she was 13 and in the 9th grade.
Ponheary Ly Foundation (PLF), Siam Reap, Cambodia With PAWA’s support, Noeurm was able to stay at the Bamboo Domitory in Siam Reap run by Ponheary Ly Foundation so that she could safely attend secondary school. She is the fourth of